Star Wars Tie Fighter Nutcracker

May 16, 2014

Category: Gear

Unless one lives with a Jedi who doesn’t mind using their supernatural powers to help serve up snacks, there’s usually no Star Wars-ian way to bust crack a nut. Now, thanks to those underrated Sith problem solvers, we have a solution: the Star Wars TIE Fighter Nutcracker.

This officially licensed kitchen tool is forged from Quadanium steel by Sienar Fleet Systems, which also sounds very intergalactic in its own right. It also greatly resembles the TIE Advanced x1 ship Darth Vader commands in A New Hope, so this isn’t some grunt Stormtrooper’s replica ship you’re busting (damn it!) cracking nuts with here. Just uh, use the force to twist the wing and you’ll be seconds away from delicious nuts—Jabba’s 17th favorite snack, by the way. [Purchase]

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